On Jan. 12, Memorial University of Newfoundland will embark
on its first ever master's of oil and gas studies (MOGS) program.
This is a unique executive development program specifically
designed for senior level employees who are destined for the
executive positions in the oil and gas industry, its service
sector or relevant government agencies and departments.
The program, which is costs $31,500 per person, will provide
a thorough understanding of the critical issues of the entire
industry. It is a modular program, spanning one year and combining
short, intense on campus learning with Internet based learning.
Participants in this initial group come from different parts
of the globe and have a variety of backgrounds. The four participants
in the initial group include a reservoir engineer from China,
and three local participants, two of whom are facilities engineers
and one is a tanker captain.